ti is great if you can afford it. carbon is good too. but the vast majority of people ride aluminum and it works fine.
You think they'd sell what has the best margin, not the highest pricetag...:thumbsup:One Pivot said:cabon is the most expensive, therefore when at the lbs, its the best. similar to how the size in stock is always the size that they think fits you
Really, stop it already.William42 said:well do you guys think a moots ti FS would be better or a carbon remedy 9.9? I'm 6'1, the guy thinks I should be on the medium they have, does that sound right? I heard some people thought steel was good too, is it better?
Mountain is your remedy... hahahah how was it:thumbsup:Fix the Spade said:mountain, mountain is the best material.
(also a Remedy is a very nice bike...)
i think trollium fiber beats thatGeneral Hickey said:Trollium is the best combo of light weight/stiffness.
Naturally...which is why they want you to think carbon is the best. It'll eventually catch on that carbon bikes shouldn't cost much more than aluminum.CharacterZero said:You think they'd sell what has the best margin, not the highest pricetag...:thumbsup: